CONGENITAL ABSENCE OF THE ANTERIOR TIBIAL ARTERY
- Obstruction of the Proximal Right Coronary Artery with Acute Inferior Infarction Due to Blunt Chest Trauma. Oliva, Philip B.; Hildenberg, Alan; McElroy, Donald // Annals of Internal Medicine;Aug79, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p205
Describes two case reports of patients with arteriographically documented severe obstruction of the proximal right coronary artery. Facts of each case; Discussion.
- PERIPHERAL ARTERIOGRAPHY: A SURVEY OF THE NEWER TECHNIQUES AND PROBLEMS. Lowman, Robert M. // Angiology;Jun1960 Part 2, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p218
Peripheral arteriography has proved to be an almost indispensable adjunct to the vascular surgeon. The assessment of sites of obstruction, occlusion, aneurysm formation, and their suitability for surgical cure can now be made with a degree of surety never before available. Major advances in...
- Median Arcuate Ligament Syndrome: A Nonvascular, Vascular Diagnosis. Skeik, Nedaa; Cooper, Leslie T.; Duncan, Audra A.; Jabr, Fadi I. // Vascular & Endovascular Surgery;Jul2011, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p433
Median arcuate ligament syndrome (MALS) is often diagnosed when idiopathic, episodic abdominal pain is associated with dynamic compression of the proximal celiac artery by fibers of the median arcuate ligament. The character of the abdominal pain is often postprandial and associated with gradual...
- The Significance of a Persistent Precordial ST Segment â‰¥ 0.1 mV Depression in Acute Inferior Myocardial Infarction (Coronary Angiographic and Ventriculographic Findings). Kouvaras, George; Spyropoulou, Mary; Bacoulas, George // Angiology;Jan1986, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p57
40 patients with acute inferior myocardial infarction (MI) associated with persistent precordial ST segment depression â‰¥ 0.1 mV underwent coronary arteriography and left ventriculography within 5â€“6 days of their admission. The inferior MI was the result of complete occlusion of the...
- STUDIES OF COLLATERAL VASCULAR RESPONSES I. EFFECTS OF SELECTIVE OCCLUSIONS OF MAJOR TRUNKS WITHIN AN EXTENSIVELY ANASTOMOSING ARTERIAL SYSTEM" Bellman, Sven; Frank, Howard A.; Lambert, Peter B.; Roy, Albert J. // Angiology;Aug1959 Part 1, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p214
With microangiography in vivo and postmortem, responses to arterial occlusions were investigated in the extensively anastomosing tri-arterial pattern of the rabbit's ear. Major components of this pattern were interrupted so as to produce alterations in flow pathways without depriving any tissue...
- CURRENT CONCEPTS OF RENAL ARTERIOGRAPHY. Marshall, Thos. R.; Ling, J. T. // Angiology;Mar1965, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p130
Percutaneous noncatheter brachial or axillary artery injection is the safest and simplest method of performing renal arteriography, especially in patients over 50 years of age. It is ideal for investigation of hypertensive patients with suspected renal artery disease. The Seldinger technique...
- POST MORTEM ARTERIOGRAPHY IN "NORMAL" LOWER LIMBS. Ross, C. F.; Keele, K. D. // Angiology;Oct1951, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p374
1. The apparatus and technic for post mortem arteriography in the lower limbs is described. The procedure is simple and should be made part of general autopsy routine when examining cases of arterial disease. 2. Tortuosity of the smaller arteries is a normal change with age and is an index of...
- Gastrointestinal Angiography. Viamonte Jr., Manuel // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Sep1966, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p187
Discusses the values of the gastrointestinal angiography of the alimentary tract. Indications of abdominal alimentary, aortoarteriography and their contraindications; Description of the gastrointestinal angiography technic; Study on a case of acute occlusion of the inferior mesenteric artery.
- embolus. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p747
A definition of the term "embolus" which refers to a mass of undissolved matter in a blood or lymphatic vessel, is presented, as well as related terms like "air embolus," "coronary embolus" and "pulmonary embolus."